Decked Out


  • Bugged Out at Parklife – Sunday June 8th

    We are thrilled to be part of this year’s mega Parklife line up on Manchester’s Heaton Park, June 8th. The line up for the festival is incredible though we’ll be soaking up the sounds in the Bugged Out tent all day with Carl Cox headlining! Also on the bill is Nina Kraviz, Weekender fave Skream, Jackmaster & Oneman’s Can U Dance opus, Scuba and George Fitzgerald. All details for the weekend event are here.

  • Erol Alkan’s next LDN show March 22nd

    Were you there for Erol’s brilliant set on NYE? Seeing in 2014 to his ‘Hold On Love’ track never sounded so good. His next London show takes place at the awesome Area club in Vauxhall where we held November’s Chemical Brothers show. Joining Erol are the legendary Emperor Machine with his first DJ set in London for 5 years, Bugged Out favourite Matt Walsh and U from Man Make Music. Tickets from here.

  • New additions to Field Day

    Some great new additions announced for Field Day on Saturday June 7th, Victoria Park. The mighty SBTRKT returns with a new album and live show to headline the Bugged Out stage, there’s some great b2b sets with Erol Alkan going head to head with Daniel Avery, Jackmaster spars with Oneman too for an exclusive set called Can U Dance? Gerd Janson and Eclair FiFi have also been added to Bugged Out and the Resident Advisor stage has a live headline from Todd Terje. Also announced for the Red Bull stage are Lunice, Ryan Hemsworth, Evian Christ, Barely Legal, Sophie, Slackk b2b Samename, Vessel and Moxie. The full line up so far and ticket details are at Field Day.

  • Fake Blood, XOYO 31.1.14

    On the 31st of January we welcome back Fake Bood for our first show of the year at XOYO. First gaining notoriety for his hard hitting remixes for the likes of Little Boots and the Black Ghosts, his solo productions, including the massive smash ‘Mars’ put him firmly on the map culminating in his debut album ‘Cells’ earlier last year. His recent Fabric Live mix was nominated for the DJ magazine Best of British and – alongside artists like Boy 8 Bit also playing tonight – is raising the profile of his label ‘Blood Music’ to new highs. Club Cheval and Bromance cohort Canblaster also guests and Room 2 is hosted by the Drm Rll Pls.

  • Bugged Out back at Field Day 2014

    Bugged Out return to London’s Field Day festival on Victoria Park for the 8th year on Saturday June 7th. First announcements for Bugged Out and beyond at the festival are Jon Hopkins – live, James Holden – live, Innervisions: Dixon & Ame (B2b), Daniel Avery, Dusky, George Fitzgerald, Danny Brown and the mighty Metronomy headline. Field Day is also on Sunday June 8th next year too with legendary, seminal act Pixies gracing the main stage. All info from


    THUMP: 20 Years of BuggedOut!

    I.D magazine Feb 2014

    There’s an 8 page feature in this month’s I.D magazine with Erol Alkan, Daniel Avery, Skream, Ivan Smagghe, Duke Dumont, Julio Bashmore and Simian Mobile Disco reflecting on our 20 year history. Check Erol & Daniel’s interview here. 

    DJ Magazine – Dec 2013

    A feature on the Weekender

    Winner of Best British Club.Thanks to all the readers who voted for us!

    Field Day Radio Episode 11

    This show features an exclusive in-depth interview with voodoo pop / medieval synth folktronica trio Stealing Sheep, who introduce us to their songwriting process and explain how the creativity of Liverpool has shaped them – and how one of them even managed to jam (on a Kazoo) with Liverpool legend Paul McCartney.

    Plus there is music from Field Day favourites Vondelpark, Thomas Mapfumo, East India Youth, Daughter, How To Dress Well and Ariel Pink as well as classic tracks by John Lennon, The Rolling Stones and the dream trio Duke Ellington, Charles Mingus & Max Roach.

    Field Day Radio Episode 10

    This show features an exclusive in-depth interview with legendary rock drummer Ginger Baker, who is renowned for his work with seminal bands Cream and Blind Faith as well as with Afrobeat creator Fela Kuti.

    Plus there is music from King Krule, Jagwar Ma, Metz and Happa; Four Tet’s brilliant remix of Justin Timberlake’s Suit & Tie, classic tracks by Cream and Fela Kuti, as well as a live recording of the Miles Davis Quintet performing ‘Bitches Brew’ back in 1969.